Global Impact of Energy Use in Middle East Oil Economies: A Modeling Framework for Analyzing Technology-Energy-Environment-Economy Chain

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Hodjat Ghadimi;
  • Subject: energy use, middle East, input-output, computable general equilibrium, cge
    • jel: jel:C67 | jel:R13 | jel:R15 | jel:P28 | jel:Q43

To explore choices of improving energy efficiency in energy-rich countries of the Middle East, this study lays out an integrated modeling framework for analyzing the technology-energy-environment-economy chain for the case of an energy exporting country. This framework ... View more
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